With Sentri7, clinicians have a single point of access to lab results, medication records and patient demographics, data that currently reside in different systems. Clinicians can write rules against the data to identify and flag at-risk patients.
"We recently purchased Sentri7 surveillance to augment our antibiotic stewardship and anticoagulant management programs. The Sentri7 program is critical to the prospective analysis of patients’ information to impact change while the patient is still in our institution,"
The hospital system will also use the Sentri7 software to help avoid hospital-associated infections. Sentri7 can compare patients who are infected with a certain strain of bacteria to their currently-prescribed antibiotic to make sure they are getting the most effective drug, and can flag patients who acquire a resistant strain like MRSA.
Sentri7 will help the hospital system comply with national standards set by the government and hospital accreditation bodies. For example, the program can flag patients who have had a heart attack and check to ensure they are taking aspirin, statins or other preventative treatments required by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
"We are very excited that the Saint Barnabas Health Care System has chosen to implement Sentri7," said Keith Streckenbach, MBA, Executive Vice President of Pharmacy OneSource. "We look forward to working with Saint Barnabas to help them improve their medication management programs, ultimately improving patient safety and outcomes."
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The Saint Barnabas Health Care System is New Jersey's largest integrated health care delivery system. The System includes more than 20,000 employees (second largest private employer in the state), 4,750 physicians (one-fourth of the state's practicing physicians) and 443 residents who provide treatment and services for more than two million patients annually: 225,000 inpatients and same day surgery patients, 450,000 Emergency Department patients and over 1.5 million outpatients, and 17,500 births.